I have painted Albion River Bridge, “263. Albion River at Sunset” in 2008. The view was from the harbor.
Now I was curious about the view of the bridge from the Albion River Inn restaurant yard.
I copied about the bridge from Wikipedia below.
In 1944, the present span was opened. It was built during World War II, and because concrete and steel were in short supply during the war, it was built of salvaged wood, treated with a copper azole Preservative.
It was sunny and clouds are so exiting. It was in December, but it feels like spring weather and flowers were blooming.
I heard that some people have wedding ceremony on the green on the Albion River Inn restaurant yard.
Today it’s a gloomy day in Santa Rosa. It’s nice to see a sunny day painting, isn’t it?
Though we are waiting for rain.